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“Information Is Starting to Come to Light”: Media Outlets Aren’t Letting Up on Uvalde Police Failures

Uvalde mayor Don McLaughlin announced he was going to “be throwing people under the bus” at Tuesday’s city council meeting.…

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Canada

Ontario’s COVID-19 hospitalizations at 1,301, ICU admissions cross 200

The number of patients with COVID-19 in an Ontario hospital sits at 1,301 as ICU admissions linked to the disease…

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Canada

Mohawk women build tiny houses for those fleeing domestic violence

As they stand admiring their handy work, Tammy McGuire and Kylea Smart recall the incredible effort, sweat and tears that…

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Canada

Refugee family from Ukraine seeking to return to Canada faces immigration backlogs

TORONTO — Mina Melad Gerges Makar and his family had to leave Canada for Ukraine after his immigration application was…

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Business

Sri Lanka halts debt repayment pending IMF bailout plan

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA — Sri Lanka is suspending its repayment of foreign debt, including bonds and government-to-government borrowings, pending the…

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Canada

Prince Charles and Camilla coming to Canada for royal tour

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will be coming to Canada for a three-day royal tour in May, Gov. Gen.…

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Business

Russia has defaulted on its foreign debt, says S&P

Russia has defaulted on its foreign debt because it offered bondholders payments in rubles, not dollars, credit ratings agency S&P…

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Canada

1930s children’s language book published in Canada returns to benefit Ukrainians

More than 80 years after it was first published, a school reader intended for the children of Ukrainian immigrants to…

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Canada

‘Clear that Putin is systematically targeting civilians’: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday that Canada is helping to investigate war crimes in Ukraine, suggesting that Russian President…

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Canada

Court rejects bid to ban imports from China’s Xinjiang region over labour concerns

OTTAWA — Activists concerned about forced labour have lost a court bid for a general ban on the Canadian importation…

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